WOD

Workout: Seven Rounds for time of:

10 Toes-to-Bar

10 Overhead Squats (95, 65)

Accessory: 3×20 Bent-Over Dumbbell Reverse Fly

Injuries suck. Period. But don’t let an injury become a reason to quit coming to the gym. More often than not, staying out of the gym and avoiding exercise is only going to make the healing process longer and your chance for re-injury higher because you’re no longer strengthening the area you’ve injured. Think of us like your health care providers. We’re here to help you be healthier, so if you have an injury, let us know. It’s our job to make this fitness thing accessible to everyone — regardless of age or ability. We have the knowledge and tools to work with and around injuries and help you come back stronger, so whether it’s just needing to know how to scale the WOD, or wanting rehabilitative accessory work (or both), talk to your coaches — don’t just disappear. Rest is all well and good, but don’t be fooled: it won’t fix the problem.

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